LINCOLN substitute Tom Pett's solitary goal secured a 1-0 home win against Crewe and kept his side top of Sky Bet League Two.

Pett stepped off the bench in the 57th minute and struck the winner from inside the penalty area 60 seconds later as the Imps bounced back from last week's first league defeat of the season.

Exeter stay second after extending their unbeaten league run to six matches, but they had to settle for a 2-2 draw at south-west rivals Yeovil.

Jayden Stockley's early header gave Exeter a half-time lead and after Yeovil had hit back through Jordan Green and Alex Fisher, the Grecians striker headed a 75th-minute equaliser.

Forest Green extended their unbeaten start to 12 league matches after a 1-1 home draw against high-flying Newport.

Padraig Amond equalised for the Welsh side before the break after Scott Bennett's own goal had given Forest Green the lead.

Colchester slumped to their first league defeat on the road this season as they lost 3-1 at Stevenage.

Sammie Szmodics gave Colchester an early lead, but Stevenage hit back through Kurtis Guthrie's header, Ben Kennedy's late penalty - after Brennan Dickenson's foul on Steve Seddon - and Emmanuel Sonupe.

MK Dons moved up two places to fourth after a 3-0 home win against Cheltenham.

Chuks Aneke gave the Dons a half-time advantage before Rhys Healey's late header and Robbie Simpson's penalty - deep in stoppage time after Jacob Maddox's foul on Callum Brittain - sealed all three points.

Carlisle bounced back from successive defeats to notch their fourth league win on the road this season with a 3-1 victory at Oldham.

Hallam Hope's first-half header and two goals in as many minutes from Ashley Nadesan and Jack Sowerby put the Cumbrians in control before the Latics responded through Ishmael Miller.

Nicky Maynard fired a stoppage-time equaliser to clinch Bury a 2-2 home draw against Mansfield.

Maynard cancelled out Danny Rose's early opener for the Stags and struck his second deep into time added on after the visitors had regained the lead through Matt Preston's header.

Mansfield have yet to win away in the league this season, but are also unbeaten after five straight draws on the road.

Harvey Gilmour's double helped Tranmere edge a seven-goal thriller at Morecambe.

Rhys Oates fired Morecambe ahead, but headers from Ollie Banks and Gilmour gave Tranmere a half-time lead.

Jon Smith put Tranmere 3-1 up and although headers from Vadaine Oliver and Ajay Leitch-Smith hauled Morecambe level, Gilmour struck an 89th-minute winner.

Jon Stead's late penalty, following Kieran O'Hara's foul on Enzio Boldewijn, was enough to clinch Notts County their first away win of the season, 1-0 at Macclesfield.

Grimsby notched their first home league win of the season thanks to goals from Wes Thomas and JJ Hooper in a 2-0 success over Port Vale.

Second-half goals from Luke Gambin and Ollie Palmer secured Crawley a 2-0 victory over Cambridge.